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's invasion of the ukraine. we've already seen russian soldiers firing warning shots in a standoff today. >> this is serious. but here in the u.s., some of the right are using the crisis to do what they do best, attack a president sitting in office named barack obama. today gop senator lindsey graham connected ukraine back to the right's favorite topic, benghazi. tweeting, quote, it started with benghazi. when you kill americans and nobody pays a price, you invite this type of aggression. russia invading ukraine started with benghazi? benghazi doesn't have anything to do with it. but graham's not the only one launching baseless attacks on the president. >> this president does not understand vladimir putin. he does not understand his ambitions. it's time we woke up about vladimir putin. it's time that this administration got real. >> i think barack obama misunderstands the world, that he had limited experience of it and in it. and i think he has proved as oscar goodman, the mayor of las vegas said in another context to be a very slow learner. >> i think putin is playing chess, and i think
of international war games. the violence erupting near in the crimean. the dispute, many in the western ukraine want the area to have closer ties in europe. while some want to rejoin the soviet union roots. russia launches surprise military exercises. up to half a dozen warships are now at the ready in the black sea. the u.s. is sounding the alarm against outside players. in an interview on nmsnbc, secretary of state john kerry warned pie continue this should not be a cold war games. >> this is not rocky four, believe me. >> mean wile, pro western protestors cut down the fence surrounding the parliament building demanding they be close to the people. a strong show of force in pursuit of a new ukraine. not far from this occupied parliament building in the crimean, russia has a large the ukrainian government has said if any russian personnel leave that facility, they will interpret that as an act of aggression. >> it's getting more complicated. >>> new fierce also in afghanistan as the u.s. speeds up plans for a full troop withdrawal. president obama is telling afghan president hamid karzai to si
house and in a $1 billion aid package to ukraine and lost energy subsidies. the announcement came as u.s. secretary of state john kerry landed and the ukrainian capital tuesday. carey is there to show american support for kiev's military and political struggle against moscow. the economic package also includes training assistance to ukraine's national bank. new jersey gov. chris chris the plans to hold a town hall meeting today on superstar sandy eight. it's so it'll focus on the second wave of federal relief funds. a report last month blamed the state for mishandling thousands of recovery fund request treat this as court right papers show federal agents have questioned people connected with christie about the shutdown of lanes on the george washington bridge. christie has denied any involvement in the scandal. and new this morning, banks are racing to upgrade their atms before they become prime targets for hackers. this has to do with windows x p. an estimated 95 percent of american bank atms run on that oper[phones rings] it's amanda. hey sweetie. what? okay, i'll send it. one hundre
. coats: mr. president, i have been discussing the ukraine crisis with my constituents and a number of indiana media outlets for the last few days, and virtually every interview or conversation on the subject includes early on this question -- what difference does this make to us here in indiana? what american interests are at stake? and these are legitimate questions. and they deserve an answer. because before we commit america to address potential conflicts, we need to key fine what is our interest and what why should we be engaged? in this case we're not talking about the use of military force but what we're talking about and talking about and should be examining other measures that can influence the outcome of a crisis situation that could have significant consequences for the american people. if we can't answer that question and we can't address that with a compelling answer, then we shouldn't get engaged. but if we can determine a compelling answer and reason why we should engage in some form, then we need to make sure the american people know why it is we're doing this and wh
. easing tensions. high-level talks underway right now on the crisis in ukraine. can the white house and kremlin put aside their differences and find a way to peacefully resolve that situation? >>> a house divided. an 18-year-old high school student suing her own parents after they stopped paying her bills. she claims they were abusive. they say she refused to obey their rules. this morning, the case that could set a legal precedent across the country. >>> security threats, witness at oscar pistorius' murder trial received harrowing phone calls. we're live at the courthouse. >>> and "today" exclusive, the motorcyclist left paralyzed in a confrontation between bikers and the drivers of an suv. why he says the video only reveals part of what happened today, wednesday, march 5th, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, and how many times have we seen that video of that confrontation between bikers and the driver of that suv on a highwa
in ukraine all coming up. we'll have the latest as those things develop. >>> we start with the fireworks over the potomac this morning. one of the gop's favorite attacks on the white house. no, i'm not talking about today's 50th vote to dund or repeal bicycle -- defund or repeal obamacare. happy birthday anyway, gop, your hatred of obamacare doesn't look a day over 49. no, i'm talking about the high drama of at all things a house government overnight sight hearing. the committee that has spent -- oversight hearing. committee that has spent your tax dollars and resources investigating the irs and its oversight for politically active nonprofit. committee chair isa is again led the attack as republicans try to find any proof that officials at the agency were directed to conduct audits of conservative groups that spent money in the last two elections. the republican conspiracy theory is that the audits were politically motivated, and they insinuate that they may have been directed by the white house. despite the incurable fever for this story on the right and in conservative media, issa's committ
's man the main player on ukraine, talked to yanukovych nine times. >> i like him. >> well, we've definitely squeezed that one for what it's worth. i'll tell you, i think that he's underestimated in some ways because of his jovial personality and his great sense of humor. but he's been a player for decades. >> that's absolutely right. he absolutely has been. you're right, if he were sit hearing with us, we'd all be having a good time with him. >> yeah. >> that is his strength and in some way his weakness. >> you really could argue, though, that washington needs someone you want to hang out with. >> and there's no one in washington you'd rather have a beer with than joe biden. >> let me correct that -- if need be he would have one. he's got a granddaughter that's a fabulous basketball player. >> fantastic. let's get to our other big story. afghanistan. as the "new york times" describes it, the relationship between president obama and afghan president hamid karzai is for all intents and purposes over. in their first conversation since june of last year, the president obama said t
that was abandoned in haste by the president of ukraine on that opposition movement of his country toppled his government last week after months of protests. floating in the reservoir were thousands of documents. some of them burned. some of them partially burned. some of them still tucked safely inside plastic folders. when the president fled with his entourage and the protesters realize that had the presidential house for the first time could literally be opened to the public, they just tome doors so everybody could walk in and see how he lived. some of the people going through rather ornate groinds noticed there are all these documents floating in the water. they skimmed some of them out of there. the ones they could reach. and over the weekend they had divers go in looking to see if there was more at the bottom of the lake. stuff that had sunk. they pulled up hundreds of files filled with thousands of documents. invoices, contracts, all sorts of stuff. once the documents were fished out they were separated and laid out to dry. the really lucky documents got laid out to dry in the sauna in
of ukraine. >> have had mir putin saying this morning -- >> there is no need for further russian military intervention but the possibility still exists. >> angela merkel told obama she wasn't sure putin was in touch with reality. >> making smart spending cuts and closing tax loopholes that right now only benefit the well off and well connected. >> it is primary day in texas. >> in the last gubernatorial election, the latino turnout was make or break issue. >> the voices in south texas will be the voices if they engage. >> are you homephobic? >> i'm not homephobic, are you? >> if you had more gay friends you would not wear that tie? >>> we begin today with breaking news. today the tug of war over ukraine is intensifying with russia's president defending his intervention and u.s. upping the ante. here's president obama over an hour ago. take a listen. >> although russia has legitimate interests in what happens in neighboring state, that does not give it the right to use force as a means of exerting influence inside that state. >> doesn't have the right to use force and then we turn from d.c
he had in the united states. >> the president of ukraine disappeared. >> that's why we have to elect a new ones. >> we chose further reductions in troop strength in order to keep up our readiness and technological superiority. >> this is for the protection of religious rights. >> this is discrimination couched behind the belief that i can hide behind my religious beliefs. >> after weighing all of the arguments, i have vetoed senate bill 1062 moments ago. >> usually one of the background players, and it's weird, obviously, this, but at the same time, it is what it is. and part of life. >> it might work to get people all torn up and upset and everybody mad all the time. but it is a dumb way to run a country. >> every time he's come, it's been really good for me. >> i had to fake it for "argo." i get to see the real thing here. >> i personally have seen the massive amount of financial strain this disease causes. and if the american people ever decide to reject genitalia driven comedy, i will no longer be able to afford it. >> not that much. >> not that much at once. but we do need the r
on the russian/ukraine border look a little worrisome. the roadmap begins with retail, jcpenneys and best buy in rally mode as earnings top estimates despite flat to slowing sales. >> janet yellen is back on capitol hill this time testifying in front of the senate. this is an appearance that was postponed because of a snowstorm a couple of weeks ago, so any chance she's changed her outlook since then? >> and an electric expansion, tesla says it plans to invest $2 billion in a brand-new battery factory somewhere in the southwest within the next three years. the question is which lucky state will tesla call its new home? >>> first up, another big morning for retail, jcpenney posting a narrow-than-expected operating loss. ceos mike alleman says the turnaround remains on course and sears holdings posting a narrow-than-expected q-4 loss. which was the most interesting? >> i think the de-johnsonfication of jcpenney is really important. you had no idea how much this guy wrecked the company, okay? he wrecked the apparel. he wrecked the way that we do promotions and he even wrecked home goods. he said
. >>> russia is making a show of strength this morning near ukraine's border. president vladimir putin ordered a military drill in western and central russia. it will test combat readiness of local forces. there's still no sign of ukraine's ousted president. he vanished from the capital friday after a week of violence. this morning, a riot police unit claimed for attacking protester was ordered to disband. >>> general motors is connecting seven more deaths to a faulty ignition switch on many of its cars. the automaker's now doubling the size of a recall and as jeff glor reports, the company admits it made mistakes. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, charlie. 1.6 million vehicles now in the nation's largest automaker has issued a public apology. why? the problem was first discovered in 2004. the recalls came in 2014. 13 deaths and 31 crashes have been linked now to this ignition issue, including this one. in 2006 a chevy cobalt went off the road in rural wisconsin. 18-year-old natasha weigel and amy rademacher died. amy's mother margie. >> there was no rea
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of the original batmans think? >>> but let's get right to our top story. the volatile situation in ukraine. vladimir putin saying this morning the overthrow amounted to an unconstitutional coup. >> here at home, the tension overseas caused the dow to plunge on monday. let's get to nbc's bill neely in ukraine in the tumultuous crimea region this morning. what's the situation there? >> reporter: well, it was a symbolic and significant visit. john kerry stopped at a memorial to the more than 90 people killed in ukraine's revolution, but by then this crisis had taken yet another twist. russian soldiers fired over the heads of ukrainian soldiers, warning shots, and there was a warning from russia's president, vladimir putin. he says that his troops might push into eastern ukraine, that this invasion might not stop here in crimea. words laced with menace from president putin. there is no need for further russian military intervention in the ukraine, he said, but the possibility still exists. it is a veiled threat. ukrainian troops have marched towards russians in a air base trying to reach their
of news overseas. >>> a lot there in ukraine. we'll begin there. several breaking developments to get to right now raising tensions between the u.s. and russia this morning. the ousted ukrainian president viktor yanukovych on the run has reportedly been seen in moscow insisting he is still president of ukraine. also this morning, in a deadly escalation of this crisis, pro-russian demonstrators captured government buildings in eastern ukraine defying their new leaders and establishing a battle now of east versus west with the u.s. warning russia to stay out of it all. abc's alex marquardt is there and joins us on the phone. good morning to you, alex. >> reporter: good morning, josh. it is very tense here. that standoff under way right now in the parliament building. dozens of armed men have stormed it and raised the russian flag. this comes as russia put fighter jets on the border on combat alert part of a massive russian military drill that has been criticized by the united states. meanwhile, the whereabouts of ousted president viktor yanukovych have not been confirmed in moscow. he h
. >> now to the latest developments out of ukraine. today, top leaders from the u.s., britain and france are in paris holding talks with russian officials to find an end to this crisis. russia has pulled some of their troops from ukraine, but they are still surrounding the country's peninsula. the u.s. has threatened russia with economic sanctions. >> liven the weather center we have low clouds over the city of san francisco but, we have rain on the way. i [phones rings] it's amanda. hey sweetie. what? okay, i'll send it. one hundred seventy-two dollars for a chemistry book, what is it, made of gold? just use citi popmoney. boom. ah, she's feeling lucky. hey sweetie...cancun, yeah no, you'll be spending spring break with your new chemistry book. with citi popmoney it's easy to send money to just about anyone, anytime. visit your local branch or citi.com/easierbanking to learn more. get ready for a night of monster taco madness - ster taco fans! when two new monster taco flavors from jack in the box face off. introducing - the bacon ranch monster taco, crushin' it with strips of bacon and
fired by russian sole ders as tensions rise in ukraine. details behind this encounter and the first comment on putin on this growing conflict. >>> right now, traffic is getting busier in many areas as we look at 280 northbound. it is slower than it was a few moments ago. we'll tell you why and also look at other south bay freeways. >>> wet weather winding down this morning. how much longer before -- before we will finally dry out for the second half of your afternoon and in the extended forecast, more rain is on the way. alyson dudek. hales corners, wisconsin. nice pass by alyson dudek. can she hang on to that spot? and she does! [ male announcer ] with the u-verse wireless receiver, your tv goes where you take it, allowing inspiration to follow. ♪ [ dad ] looks pretty good, right? [ girl ] yeah. [ male announcer ] switch to u-verse and add a wireless receiver today. ♪ >>> new this morning, russian president putin is defending his decision to send thousands of russian troops into ukraine saying russia reserves the right to use all means to protect russian citizens. in his first
degrees? >> what? >> yeah. >>> trying to de-escalate the crisis in ukraine. the surprise guest secretary of state jrk yrk -- secretary of state john kerry brought to a meeting with top diplomats. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> world war ii veteran is the newest internet sen sakes that's -- sensation that's gotten more than a million views online. booooorrk - it's beef and pork! get bacon in your burger. jack's new bacon insider has a juicy beef patty with bacon mixed right into it, plus bacon strips and bacon mayo on a new gourmet brioche bun. get bacon in your burger. moooiiink. >>> new details on a murder suicide at a san francisco nursing home. police say a 60-year-old woman shot and killed her 93-year-old mother at the central gardens nursing home monday night. she then killed herself. their names have not been released. police have not released information about a motive. >>> day three of the oscar pistorius murder trial is wrapping up in south afterfry cau. another -- africa. another neighbor was on the stand. he testified to hearing screams and gunshots. yesterday, his wife testi
in the middle of the ukraine crisis. was it routine or a show of force? u.s. pressuring putin to step down. high-stakes meetings at this hour. >>> dramatic testimony right now as the trial of oscar pistorius continues. a champion boxer testifying he fired a gun in a restaurant and tried to cover it up just weeks before his girlfriend was shot. >>> caught on camera. incredible moments on daytona beach. every frame so dramatic. watch this mini van with a mother and her three children drove into the pounding surf. lifeguards grab them as they are sucked under. the unbelievable rescue. >>> please welcome the wickedly talented one and only adele dazi. ♪ let it go >> john travolta speaking out about his bizarre introduction of idina menzel at the oscars. why he said he's frozen up over the flub made fun of by millions and why it's time to "let it go." ♪ here i stand >>> and good morning, america. robin is off on assignment. great to have lara back from l.a. welcome to bianna golodryga and, boy, one more look at this video from daytona. the minivan somehow got into the ocean. you see everybody rush
struggle. the ukraine is still approaching bankruptcy and the most important thing we're seeing is the stocks that sold off the most yesterday that are rallying today are in the financial sector and in the tech sector and that's an overcrowded area where stocks -- there are great opportunities there, but they have been overcrowded and expensive, and, therefore, these momentum driven stocks are the ones that are actually trading off this news showing sentiment and political risk is still driving markets. >> it's so interesting, dick, we're probably going to have this kind of uncertainty along the europe/russia line, if you will, for some time. i mean, no one can guess now what the outcome here could be. in the meantime, the market is telling us something today, it feels almost like a spring beneath stocks today. is that your read here? >> it is. i would agree with that. i do think that we're going to continue to experience volatility, especially in reaction to something like what's happening overseas in ukraine. i think those are going to be short, shallow opportunities, won't ch
're also watching the geopolitical situation, vngz, ukraine, that is adding support to oil prices right now and the department of energy's order yesterday, sorry, the department of transportation saying the balkan producers need to test crude before shipping it. that will keep the prices elevated. some traders say we could see it go to $110 per barrel. analysts predicting we'll see a tickdown, 86.7% and that means good supplies in the marketplace but all of the other issues impacting crude prices right now. simon, back to you. >>> the travel giant tripadvisor is celebrating the fact that it's now got 150 million reviews online. that and the fact that its stock has surged 130% over the past year. joining me now is the co-founder of tripadvisor, and its current ceo, steve kaufer, welcome to the program. >> thank you very much. >> so, celebrating a good stock market performance, but also these reviews, an extra 50 million reviews this year alone. what does that mean for the business? >> it's really a testament to the scale in which we operate now. we're in so many countries all around the glob
and plagiarize other portions of it in talking about ukraine. the world watched in wonder, concern, excitement, and sometimes horror and marveled at the tenacity and the resiliency of the ukranian people. however ukraine is in desperate need now of billions of dollars, and quickly its economy is shrinking, its government treasury is empty, its foreign exchange funds are low, and its banklingcies -- banking system is fragile. which brings to point what are the next steps? and the first step is for the ukranian people to organize an interim government. i call upon them to do it as rapidly as they can so that the international community has someone, then, to negotiate with and deal with some of these ressing matters. and they are into a positive direction in doing that. the second thing is for the capitals of brussels and washington, d.c., to take immediate action to help offset some of these dire financial constraints that ukraine has. i want to applaud secretary kerry for already trying to address this and floating the idea of $1 billion that would then go to immediate aid. i want to call upon
right now in the ukraine as the crisis takes a dangerous turn, later today, the president warned vladimir putin there will be costs. >>> race against time, the storm that looks like a west coast hurricane comes to shore. the flood emergency in southern california. there have already been evacuations and rescues amid fears the burn zone will give way. >>> and high drama, so many office drama pools are at stake, so much pride on the line as the guessing game leading up to the oscars draws to an end. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, as you saw there we have a storm approaching the u.s. west coast that is big enough to have an eye like a hurricane. and we will get to that story in just a moment, but we must begin instead tonight with the fear that the situation in ukraine is perhaps approaching civil war. russian troops have been arriving by transport plane and by helicopter in the crimea region, many of them with their faces covered, wearing no insignia. if not an invasion it certainly appears to be a russian intervention in a neighboring country in a former part of the so
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thank the representative of ukraine for his statement. are no further speakers inscribed. the security council has -- youica and israel needs more today than ever before. >> the united nations security council met monday afternoon to discuss the situation in ukraine. this is two hours. this meeting of the security council is called to order. for this meeting is a letter dated the 28th of february from the permanent representative of ukraine to the united nations addressed to the security council. it is adopted. in accordance with number 37 of the council's rules, i invite the representative of ukraine to participate in this meeting. it is so decided. in accordance with rule 2039 of the provisional rules of procedures, i invite the assistant secretary general for political affairs to participate in this meeting. it is so decided. the security council will now begin its consideration of item 2 of the agenda. i now give the floor. >> thank you, madam president. madam president, members of the security council, since the briefing by the deputy secretary general on 1 march, the situation ha
pensula, which is part of the ukraine? secretary of state john kerry calls it an invasion and ukraine has mobilized its army now. it is our top issue this morning. president obama spoking with president putin of russia on saturday after warning there will be costs should russia intervene. i'm joined this morning by the secretary of state john kerry, and exclusively by republican senator marco rubio of florida, a key voice on the senate foreign relations committee. also, a big moment in politics. the culture wars in america as arizona's governor vetoes a controversial bill that opponents labeled as anti-gay. how do we as a country reconcile concerns over religious freedom and civil liberties? we will analyze how this could play out in this midterm election year. >>> plus no end in sight to california's an devastating drought. i will ask jerry brown about the effects. we want to begin with ukraine. the latest on the dramatic events in this crisis from nbc's bill neely in simferopol, the capital of the crimea. there's a real fear now that russia may try to annex the crimea. what's the latest
the nation." the crisis in ukraine intensifies. >> with russian forces in crimea. call up their reserves and begs the international community for help. >> we are on the brink of disaster. >> we'll go to ukraine for the latest nice. we'll hear from secretary of state john kerry and secretary of defense chuck hagel. we'll have analysis on all of it from our panel of experts and with russia once more in the news we'll look back at a milestone "face the nation" interview. 60 years of news because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs >> schieffer: good morning again there are developments from overnight on the crisis in ukraine. russian president sad her putin has moved troops in to crimea that is region where mostly russian speaking population, a move that the ukrainian prime minister says is a declaration of war. vladimir putin and president obama spoke yesterday for 90 minutes a conversation the white house described as the toughest of the obama presidency. as for ukraine, a new government there is mobilizing its reserves and authorizing the call up of all men under the
in ukraine deepens. pro-russian forces begin to lay claim to a critical border region, while the ousted ukraine president prepares for his first public appearance since anti-government protesters forced him to flee the country. >>> credit cards will be available, social security number, personal information. >> and hunting hackers. how u.s. autti
>> russia justifies its presence in crimea. moscow says it's response from ukraine's ousted resident amidst -- ousted president amidst threats from extremists. >> carmakers in europe hope to which there market slump in the rearview mirror as they head to the geneva auto show. go?here are you going to we are live in berlin with top hotel executives at the international hotel investment forum. welcome to "countdown." >> it is 6:00 in london, tuesday morning. bloomberg reporters are standing by across the world ready to deliver the stories that will start the -- that will drive your day. we are on the ground that the geneva motor show. up-to-date.ng you today sees a flurry of diplomatic activity in ukraine. russia continues its military buildup in crimea. john kerry visits the capital. and the imf begins its mission. ukraine will get $3 billion in financing. the iv -- the imf will be meeting with the economy minister tomorrow. how the chaotic situation in ukraine had change the countries needs? bad. is pretty >> the imf said it would like it raised by 30%. do you think that rig
will meet with his russian counterpart in paris today to discuss the ukraine. >> president obama talked about a possible solution or at least resolution with german chancellor murkle. international monitors would ensure ethnic russians in ukraine are protected. and russian president vladimir putin calls the invasion a humanitarian mission to protect those russians who are living in ukraine. putin also said he would use force if needed. >> once they are there, there's -- [ no audio ] >> the united states is considering economic sanctions against russia as well. president putin though says economic sanctions wouldn't deter him. russian firms have already lost nearly $60 billion on the stock market over in moscow over worries about the ukrainian invasion. the united states is also offered ukraine's new government a $1 billion loan guarantee and technical assistance. >>> you should expect to see an increased police presence at montgomery college campuses today. >> this is after a second message threatening a mass aschool shooting was -- massive school shooting was found in a stair well. >>
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on car insurance. o >>> the brink of disaster. russian troops invade ukraine's crimean peninsula as president vladimir putin defies calls to pull back his troops. >> there was not any reason for the russian federation to invade ukraine. hit the east coast with up to a foot of snow. >>> and in hollywood -- >> and the oscar goes to -- "12 years a slave." >> "12 years a slave" becomes the first film with black director to win the film industry's top honor. captioning funded by cbs ry's top honor.
report at 11:30 this morning. >>> the crisis in ukraine. coming up, the help the u.s. may soon provide that country's new government. >>> plus, president obama is talking about his new budget this morning at a d.c. school. the tax credit he wants to provide for some parents. woah, this kitchen is beautiful! give him the tour. let me show you! soft-close drawers, farm sink! where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. >>> we're following a developing story in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is in kiev right now. he is meeting with the new ukrainian leaders that deposed the pro-russian president. the trip is meant to send a message to russia that the u.s. supports ukrainian sovereignty. it coincides with a major u.s. aid announcement. angie goff has more. angie? >> big financial support behind ukraine. treasury secretary jack lew saying the white house is working to give a $1 billion loan package to the country. he adds that money is going to go towards economic reforms to get ukraine back on its feet.
will sign it. breaking news tonight and the crisis in the ukraine. obama says the u.s. will not attend the g-8 summit unless russia changes its stance. this comes as vladimir putin says he does not intend to fight the ukrainian people but reserves the right to use force. live in the studio here with us with the new details. key developments. there is the g-8 announcement and president obama interested in floating a solution that involves russia pulling back forces wall monitors go into the ukraine to make sure affect russians are protected. the everraded barbs in evolving international crisis in the ukraine. troops have docked warships and surrendered military bases. vladimir putin now blames the west for creating the environment that led to the ouster of the ukrainian president he insists he said forces in recently to help protect affect russians to face persecution. >> they were self-defense teams. it will be completely legitimate. and correspond to international law. >> the obama administration says no threat exists. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and at the end of a barrel
report from reagan national is next. and tension inis ukraine escala >> russia denied setting a tuesday deadline for ukrainian forces to leave the crimean peninsula or face a "military storm yuriko meanwhile, -- "military storm." meanwhile, secretary of state john kerry is headed to the ukraine and president obama is calling for russia to stop the invasion. it is a violation of ukraine'ssovereignty, territorial integrity. they are in violation of international law. dowhe crisis and the tumbling more than 150.71-timed today. the european union plans to discuss its response during -- more than 150 points at one time today. the european union will plan to discuss its response during a meeting. the trial of olympic runner oscar pistorius began today. the neighbor testified to hearing blood curdling screams and four gunshots the night that he killed his girlfriend. contradictsimony his story. he said that he thought he was shooting an intruder. >> work is now underway in kentucky to remove the eight corvettes swallowed up by a massive sinkhole. you might recall that massive sinkhole inside t
avalanche slams into a residential neighborhood in montana. this morning we're on top of it all. >>> ukraine unraveling. armed russian forces take control of a key airport in one part of the country. russian troops pouring in as president obama warns there will be consequences. are we headed for a new cold war with russia? >>> andcountdown to the oscars. the movie awards are one day away, and we're starting the party early with a look at the real-life scandal behind one of the oscar-nominated movies, plus, an oscar quiz we can guarantee you've never seen before, our way of joining in the excitement for the movie industry's biggest awards show, today, saturday, march 1st, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning, welcome back to "today" on a saturday morning. >> welcome back to you. >> welcome back. >> i haven't said that in a while! it's like, yeah, welcome to the "today" show. oh, yes, i'm lester holt. >> you are lester holt. >> and erica hill alongside jenna wolfe and dylan dreyer, and it
, no letup at all. >>> we move overseas to the growing crisis in ukraine. the former president who fled the country is expected to speak out as armed troops align with russia have taken over an airport and government building raising the prospect of civil war. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran tracking all the breaking developments from moscow right now and, terry, you see these troops out there at the airport and other government buildings. there is a fear that russia might get involved. >> reporter: absolutely, george. good morning to you. what's happened in this whole part of the world today is mysterious and dark and more than a little dangerous as you point out. around dawn this morning, those bands of uniformed armed troops took over two big airports in the crimeian region where they had that raef lucien trying to pull away from moscow. the people in this crimeian region want to stay close to moscow of those armed men according to alex marquardt, our colleague in that region, no insignias on that uniform, radio, well armed, well organized. there were loomers flying abo
't have law enforcement structures. you don't even have the opportunity to go back to ukraine. how can you confirm and prove now that you are the real and genuine and lilingt president of ukraine? >> i have facts to prove that. the laws that were passed through force and violence by the parliament will never be accepted by me. -- i did sign nem, and not sign them, and this means that these laws were not passed into action. i, as the legitimate president, did not resign according to the constitution. if you do not deny that i am and sinceyou can see, i have not been impeached by the of iament, with the use force, cannot be called an impeachment. i cannot accept that. will never accept that. >> what role can russia claim? i think all the russians in ukraine are content over this? what kind of role can russia play in this conflict in solving this? how do you see this as an action president? >> ukraine has always been the strategic partner. the agreements that we have with , within the frame work, since i know the character of mr. putin i am surprised why he had been so restrained, why he has
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